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The Vampire Diaries: Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley respond to a tweet from a sad fan

The Vampire Diaries

The end of The Vampire Diaries left more than one fan crying over its incredible scenes, which even though the show ended in 2017, continues to leave fans old and new saddened by its end. But popular actors Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley have taken it upon themselves to respond to a fan in this way.

The role of Damon Salvatore was played by actor Ian Somerhalder and that of Stefan Salvatore is played by Paul Wesley. Without a doubt, this pair of brothers were the best in the world of The Vampire Diaries.

Currently, there are 2 spin-offs of this original series, in which these characters are often mentioned, one of them is The Originals and the other Legacies.

But three years after the end of the season, the series continues to talk, especially with this video that has gone viral and the response of the actors to the young woman in the video. Look at the video.

The young woman in the video was watching the end of The Vampire Diaries series, so she burst into tears when she saw the tragic ending and her mother captures her reaction while she was driving, her mother in a mocking tone said:

“I hope you cry like that when I or Grandma dies.”

“His mother tells him, you know he’s alive, right? It’s just a story ”.

But the big surprise of all this was that the same actors, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder, responded to the popular video that went viral.

“Wesley replied to his mother: This is too good, give him a hug from me and make sure he knows that I am alive and well.”

But not only Paul Wesley responded, hours later so did Ian Somerhalder :

“I felt the same way too, but wait, then I realized something, oh wait, I saw him yesterday … he’s still alive.”

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